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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

OMG Risk Taking is Paying Off!

Super exciting news everyone!

As I mentioned in my last post I have declared that this year would be "The Year of Risk Taking" and described the few things I have done so far to start this year off.

Well guess what?

I have just received an Invitation to be an Examiner! That's the online article writing part time gig I mentioned.

The most interesting part? The project I proposed was non other than looking at Weight Loss Blogging as being an excellent source and support for Weight Loss Journey people!

How blogging has helped so many.
How interesting it is that the internet has provided such a new age wave of creativity, writing and support that not only inspires people but betters their lives (at least physically)
How it's becoming more popular and noticed by the media.

Etc Etc.

I can't believe this! This is going to be so FUN!

You just watch. I'll keep you posted and once my page is set up I'll totally link it for the world to see!

Now let's hope I don't screw this up!


A part from that there are already some drawbacks to risk taking. It looks like my new job as a Buser/Server at a restaurant isn't going to work out.

Do I suck as a waitress?

Actually no. I'm pretty good at it. It just ended up conflicting too much with my full time Biology job, hence I was biting off more than I could chew (boy do I know how that works) only this time it's metaphorical.

C'est la vie my friends. But either way I don't regret any of my decisions so far.

This new Risk Taking project is turning out pretty interesting so far!

Until next time!



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